Commandress is a style blog for professional women who value the confidence that comes from wearing clothes that they love and from knowing that their style is always attractive and appropriate.
Looking good is about more than vanity.
In a world that is increasingly saturated with images and tolerant of snap judgments, it is vital to look like the person you want to be. Our appearance communicates who we are and how we want others to perceive us.
What does a Commandress look like? She displays her competence and confidence by looking professional, smart and chic. Of course, this is easy to say but challenging to do. What woman hasn’t been confused or frustrated by the expectation that she look professional, experienced, youthful, current, tasteful, feminine, natural, and effortless – all at the same time? And who has time to do this?
The mission of Commandress is to do some of the work for you by sharing practical advice and identifying clothes that combine beauty and professionalism. Getting dressed for work can be much easier – and more enjoyable – with the right wardrobe.
Abigail Joan Politzer is the author of Commandress and an Atlanta-based wardrobe stylist and personal shopper. Abigail specializes in styling professional men and women for the office and their personal lives. Her work is informed by years of experience navigating the spoken and unspoken dress codes of a variety of corporate environments and from more than seven years of practice as an employment lawyer. Abigail has written dress codes, enforced dress codes, and – in her much younger years – tested the limits of dress codes.
After deciding to pursue a career as a personal shopper and stylist, Abigail returned to school for the Fashion Institute of Technology’s Image Consulting program. In May 2012, Abigail attended the Fashion Law Bootcamp at Fordham Law School’s Fashion Law Institute. She is a member of the Association of Image Consultants International (AICI).
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